Minute(4) issue in teradata


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Minute(4) issue in teradata

I have values below for which diff field is giving error like
"invalid time interval" in teradata

Might be it is not doing calculation anymore after exceeding minute(4) value

Code:
END_TS 2/2/2018 08:50:49.000000
START_TS 1/5/2018 17:30:02.000000
SLA_TIME 23:59:59.000000


Code:
select (cast((cast(JRDC.END_TS as timestamp) -Cast(CAST( cast(JRDC.START_TS as DATE FORMAT 'YY/MM/DD') AS  TIMESTAMP(0)) + 
(SLA_TIME - TIME '00:00:00.000000' HOUR TO SECOND) as timestamp) minute(4)) +  CAST(1 AS interval minute) as decimal )) -1 as DIFF
from base_tbl.xyz


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guess DESCRIPTION
guess tries to figure out the position of the wakeup time settings in the NVRAM. Just run guess from within the directory, where the four NVRAM dumps at stored as "31.23.59.59+", "11.12.13.14+", "01.00.00.00+" and "01.00.00.00-". The file names denote the wakeup time, you have to set manually, before dumping the NVRAM: <DD>.<HH>.<MM>.<SS><status> <DD> = Day of month <HH> = Hour <MM> = Minute <SS> = Second <status> = wakeup enabled (+) or disabled (-) SEE ALSO
nvram-wakeup(8), guess-helper(8), README.mb HOMEPAGE
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